HOLLYWOOD - Ashton Kutcher has paid the man whom he replaced on the sit-com Two and A Half Men quite a compliment.
Kutcher recently sat down with Fajita San Guacamole of Hollywood Innuendo at a Stuffed Jellyfish Seafood Diner in Petaluma.
He told Miss San Guacamole that he caught the premier episode of Charlie's new sit-com Anger Management on the FX Network.
He remarked that he really liked it saying that Sheen may end up winning an Emmy Award for his portrayal of Charlie Goodson, a therapist.
Ashton said that the show is brimming with all kinds of dysfunctional characters that make the Kardashians, Paris Hilton, Gary Busey, and Lindsay Lohan all seem like Rhodes Scholars.
Even Charlie's dog named "Puff" has issues due to the fact that as a puppy he was not allowed to drink water but instead drank either Coors Light Beer or Johnny Walker Red, whatever his master Mr. Goodson was having.
A young female in Charlie's group session wears what has to be the shortest shorts in the history of television.
There are of course the obligatory group therapy characters such as the gay guy, the old guy, the impeached politician, the 60-year-old blue-haired cougar, and the retired hooker who is in therapy to get over her addiction to $100 bills.
Miss San Guacamole pointed out that she never thought she would ever seen Charlie in a role where he actually seems like he is the normal one.
Kutcher said that he texted Sheen and told him that he would be willing to make a guest appearance on his new show if he'd like.
SIDENOTE: Ashton's boss, the creator, producer, and writer of Two and A Half Men, Chuck Lorre is reportedly fit to be tied and angry as hell at Kutcher being so complimentary towards a man that Lorre has called "a crazed, pea-brained, space alien from the inner depths of hellacious hell."